Neurotherapy addresses dysregulation in brain function. Problems and symptoms related to such dysregulation are numerous and therefore there are many applications for neurotherapy. Below are some examples.
ADHD, LEARNING DIFFICULTIES, AUTISM, EMOTION REGULATION PROBLEMS
In childhood when human neuroplasticity is at its peak, neurofeedback in combination with targeted non-invasive brain stimulation may improve the symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Developmental Delays, Dyslexia and Autism. It is also a brilliant tool for supporting emotion regulation in the developing brain. This short video, courtesy of Kings College London’s Research Lab, explains how ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) symptoms are related to specific brain dysfunction.
ADHD, DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, ANGER AND STRESS RELATED CONDITIONS IN ADULTS
In the adolescence and in adulthood, during the most productive work life years, neurofeedback and neuromodulation techniques may enhance cognition by improving concentration, decision making and multitasking skills and reducing the impact of stress on the brain and body. Neurofeedback, combined with tDCS, tACS, nIRS or pEMFS, offers a powerful tool for improving the symptoms of Depression, Anxiety, Panic, Anger and other affect regulation disorders.
PEAK PERFORMANCE, EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING AND CREATIVITY
Neurofeedback training is a well-known performance boosting technique in the world of business, sports and the arts.
MOOD, MEMORY AND COGNITION BOOST IN AGEING
Supporting brain longevity in ageing. Through enhancing the cell metabolism and through modifying key brain networks, non-invasive brain stimulation and neurofeedback may improve working memory and mental clarity and can be used to help maintain healthy cognitive and emotional functioning in ageing.
NEUROREHABILITATION- REGAINING FUNCTION
Neurofeedback training and non-invasive brain stimulation can support brain and function recovery post stroke, or traumatic brain injury complementing your neurorehabilitation programme.